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Daily Mail and the Propagation of Hate

From supporting Hitler and Mussolini, to calling non-White British Olympians “plastic Brits”, to likening migrants to rats and other pests, the Daily Mail has a rich and enduring legacy of stoking xenophobic, racist and Islamophobic sentiment. Spouting such overt prejudice over the decades has...

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Black Lives Matter: A reflection a year on

On the 25th of March 2020 – exactly a year ago today – George Floyd was murdered in broad daylight by the then police officer, Derek Chauvin. To some, Floyd was just the latest victim to the structural racism that has pervaded every socio-political structure to the detriment of all minority...

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Why is the Prime Minister Silent on Fabricant’s Racism?

The controversial Conservative MP Michael Fabricant recently came under fire for describing pro-Palestinian demonstrators clashing with police as “primitives” in a tweet on 16 May, which was later deleted. Whilst much criticism of Fabricant emanated from social media, there has been silence...

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MEND Statement on Ceasefire in Occupied Palestine

While the ceasefire in occupied Palestine is welcome, today’s attack on Masjid Al-Aqsa reiterates Israel’s continued breaches of international law and human rights violations against the Palestinian people. This includes: Forced erasure of Palestinian communities; Depriving Palestinians of...

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Why is my curriculum still white?

Whilst the Black Lives Matters movement over the last year has reinvigorated efforts to dismantling structures of oppression, effective systematic change within educational spaces remains pending. Within universities, the persistent absence of BAME academics from curricula and reading lists, have...

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